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, 1901. this was at the -- at an exposition in buffalo, new york. now, mckinley had gone there a couple of days previous, and he was just concluding a summer vacation in canton. and he was intending to go up to this exposition in buffalo -- the pan-american exposition, it was called. and it was kind of a working vacation. he was going to deliver a big speech, but he also went up to niagara falls. and it was a bit of a victory lap. his presidency had been quite a success to that point. well, czolgosz had decided several days -- really, only several days before mckinley arrived, that he was going to kill him. he had gone out, and he bought a pistol. and he followed mckinley's whereabouts in the newspapers, which reported in great detail where the president was going to be, and he began tracking him throughout the fair. >> let me stop you a second and ask you, where did he come from to? where did he live when this happened in buffalo? >> he was -- this was part of the mystery of leon czolgosz. he had left his -- he was living with his family on a farm in ohio and just lazing about, not doi
. that was at an exposition in buffalo, new york. mckinley had done there a couple of days previous. he was concluding a summer vacation in canton. he was intending to go up to this exposition in buffalo, pan american exposition, it was called. it was kind of a working vacation. he was going to deliver a lig speech. he also went up to niagara falls. it was a bit of a victory lap. his presidency had been quite a success to that point. when will, czolgosz decided only several days before mckinley arrived that he was going to kill him. he had gone out and bought a pivotal. he followed mckinley's before abouts in the newspapers which were reported in great defail where the president was going to be. and he began tracking him. >> let me stop you a second. where did he come from to? where did he live when this happened in buffalo? >> this is part of the mystery. he had left -- he was living with his family on a farm in ohio. just laysing about. not doing very much. he had fithely -- finally left around summer anytime 1901. where he had gone was a bit of of a mystery. he told his family various stories. he c
assassinate president mckinley? >> it took place on september 6 1901. it was added exposition in buffalo, new york. -- at a exposition in buffalo, new york. he was completing an exposition. he was planning to go to one of buffalo. he also went up to niagara falls. several days before he arrived, he said he would kill them. he went out. he bought a pistol. the newspapers reported in great detail with the president would be. he started tracking him. >> where did he come from? where did he live when this happened in buffalo? >> this is part of the mystery of leon czolgosz. he was living with his family on a farm in ohio, a leading about. where he had gone was a bit of a mystery. it was a bit of a surface. it offers some explanations about where he was going. he had these sorts of ideas. he had been in buffalo for several days. he decided he would kill the president. >> had the present it to buffalo? where did he come from? >> -- how did the president get to buffalo? >> where did he come from? the wife had been a bit of an invalid. she was making good progress. they came to the fare at the end of
headlines are just ahead. >>> the american buffalo already has a magesty and mystique all its own, but did you know there's a certain type of buffalo thought of by some as greater than any other? you're watching "early today." >>> cooler weather in the northern plains. not a lot of wet weather. showers along the gulf saturday, and some strong thunderstorms possible there in the ohio valley. now, by the time we get to sunday just some isolated storms. i think new england is iffing to see probably the worst of it. also storms in the worst of the country. then by the time the fourth of july comes, we'll see fireworks from tennessee down to northern alabama and mississippi from mother nature. >>> if are you watching us on wgal lancaster, pennsylvania, see a collection of art and paintings that celebrate america's pastime at play ball at lancaster museum of art, ask that's your early today event of the day. >> perfect. perfect for fourth of july weekend as well, right? >> should be all right, yeah. you bet. >> absolutely. now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. as
. >>> the american buffalo already has a majesty and mystique all its own, but did you know there's a certain type of buffalo thought of by some as greater than any other? you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this friday morning. let me take you through your weekend forecast and your travel plans. we won't see many issues out there. saturday looks nice and quiet over much of the west. temperatures warm, we have a lot of sunshine out there. maybe some showers up there in nebraska. if you're traveling to the ohio valley on saturday, maybe some thunderstorms. as far as sunday goes, just a quiet fourth of july forecast. the heat continues in the west with dry conditions. partly cloudy skies in the northwest sunday. and for the fourth of july, we're still keeping the wet weather out of most areas. a few showers in arizona. >>> if you're watching us on kakh tv. set up some lawn chair. listen to polka, old time swing. at concerts in the park at marine park. >>> you like a little polka, right? >> absolutely. i was going to ask you. >> a smile on your face. >> you got to love the polka. >>> h
commander more, who is one of the last surviving buffalo soldiers. he has honorably served our country during world war two and during the korean war, including service in the philippines and north africa. he dedicated his life to make certain that the contributions of african-american soldiers and the buffalo soldiers to our country, continuing today are never forgotten. among his accomplishments, he is happy to be another part of the city's history, the owner of the first african-american taxi company. in 1948 he wrote about african- americans in the horse cavalry. we wanted to invite him here today, because very shortly he will be celebrating his 94th birthday and we want to honor you on behalf of the board of supervisors. is there anything that you would like to add? >> thank you for joining us this afternoon. it is a pleasure to stand before you in this great chamber. if it was not for your dedication and your commitment to serving, i may not have been able to be here today to serve. and i would like to thank all the veterans and soldiers for their dedication and commitment to the
from san diego and went to buffalo. >> final word? >> and at this point, you can't hold out for the right deal. that ship is sold and this is in town long enough. if the redskins want to be series, you need to focus on the field and not your locker room and that may mean releasing them out j. interesting stuff and you not done. one segment to go and when we return, the nationals in action tonight. can they get out of their own way? and in hotlanta. next.  welcome back to the show. the nats in atlanta tonight. john is a pitcher and can hit. helping the cause with the bases, the two-run score, nats up 3-0 and 3-2, and here's the offense and insurance from ramos, a 2-run jack. the nats in hotlanta, 5-2 and in their losing skill. making grant happy. -- chris, from espn 980 to my inside and gentlemen, let's get to rapid-fire questions for the washington redskins. number one, the position that needs to be addressed the most? >> i still say quarterback. >> you want to run a 34, start up. >> neither one of you said quarterback. interesting. >> the big
in buffalo with a fairly good law practice, well-respected and the like to, but really was in active in politics. ended four years he became president. it is just impossible to imagine now. we know the name of our next president. we don't know who is going to be, but we've heard the name. a list of 30, 50, 100 people who might be. probably the next two or even three presidents. that wasn't the case when grover cleveland was elected. no one had ever heard of him. he lived a charmed life in some ways. born in 1837. he moved to buffalo, studied law and a law firm, really had no formal education after 16, self-taught and lock. 1881 there were looking for a reformist cans it to run as the nominee for mayor of buffalo. grover won that election and immediately established a reputation for honesty and integrity. he vetoed a lot of bills, known as the veto mayor, one of the most famous was when there was a bill to the -- i think it was established a new sewer system, bill the source system in buffalo. the city council awarded the contract to the highest bidder. the difference between that and
's buffalo affiliate wgrz shortly after he was injured. >> he loves life. he really loves his family. >> reporter: following years of rehabilitation hackemer went friday to the dare yen lake amusement park about 30 miles outside of buffalo with friends and family. he wanted to try the ride of steel and climbed into the front seat. the roller coaster reaches a height of 208 feet and speeds topping 70 miles per hour. after coming off one of the steep, sharp hills, hackemer was apparently thrown from the ride, plunging to his death. >> as far as we can tell right now, there was nothing as far as mechanical-wise or anything with the ride that would have caused this accident. >> reporter: according to his mother, hackemer had recently returned from walter reed with a new set of prosthetic legs. she added "he was assisted on to the ride and was doing what he wanted to do." >> we are currently investigating the situation with our safety experts and local authorities. meanwhile, the attraction in the surrounding area is closed pending the investigation. >> reporter: and late today the amusem
, buffalo, and southeast, too, will be dodging the thunderstorms later on today. we'll give you the full weekend forecast later. >>> bill, thank you. >>> stocks sag on the debt debate. high pump prices boost profit, and a new way to get your pet to mellow out. your first look at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, carlos beltran, giants debut, the feel good moment of the week, and hey, ladies. the pacers have found a way to make tom brady look even better. you're watching first look on msnbc. i'm always looking out for small ways to be more healthy. like new splenda® essentials™ no calorie sweeteners. this bowl of strawberries is loaded with vitamin c. and now, b vitamins to boot. coffee doesn't have fiber. unless you want it to. get more with new splenda® essentials™, a small boost of fiber, or antioxidants, or b vitamins in every packet. same great taste with an added "way to go, me" feeling. new splenda® essentials™. get more out of what you put in. look in this sunday's paper for a three dollar coupon. >>> welcome back to "first look". i'm ama
but temperatures were comfortable but in the sun it gets hot in a hurry. 59 up towards state college. 58 buffalo but that's buffalo. 60s back in ohio and great lakes. and this is a streamer of high clouds and showers in michigan. there will be high clouds mixed in across the area which looks to the south this morning. and high pressure actually remains in control. high pressure almost directly overhead and it's this clockwise flow which is important because yesterday i mentioned how that position high pressure may provide a eastern wind providing more clouds for ocean city aalong the shoreline. sitting overhead, it's an upper level weather system in the who i clouds that are streaming in from upper level winds. but overall, we are remain dry and on the trend that's we are going to warm up as we head into early part of next week. ep joy what -- enjoy what we have got right now. it appears a distoshance -- a disturbance may bump up showers in the new york metro area. we will watch the influence of that wind bring in clouds especially tomorrow along the shorelines. counting for that and accounting
buffalo, who had run on a platform of banning gay marriage. here's what he had to say. >> as a catholic i was raised to believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. >> jon: so we'll move on from there. maybe they'll find a vote from someone who doesn't appear to be on elliott ness's enemy list. >> i cannot legally come up with an argument against same sex marriage. who am i to say that someone does not have the same rights that i have with my wife who i love or to have the 1300-plus rights that i share with her? i vote in the affirmative, mr. president. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: you know what? i'm so impressed. in honor of this man, in honor of this great man, i will no longer do my offensive italian new yorker voice. for as long as... because it's not often you see this son of a b... the courage that this mother (beep), the giant (beep) hanging over this man like bocce balls on a summer afternoon. i'm sorry. it's very hard not to do the voice. it's a very fun voice. so with support of grisanti and his fellow republican steven salan gay marriage passed and of course you know
character now constructing himself out of these kinds of myths. buffalo bill cody who i think is a great genius of the american west produced is the one who understood this. what he understood is the west itself could become a commodity. buffalo bills wild west show which never calls itself a show will take the actual people or involved. which met in buffalo bill's wild west show is indians who had fought oscar within joined buffalo bill bill's wild west show to fight custer in onstage and in the arena. and before wounded knee which buffalo bill will go out and scout for the army, indians the buffalo bills one bushel of some of the indians who fight. at this point who can tell the reality and fiction? it just goes back and forth. my larger point is you can demythologizing the west all you want. you will never get at the heart of these stories. these stories are really about not so much the west. they are about america. they're about to send that you can reimagine yourself. you can begin again. that there's a place in fact that you can go which is untouched. all of this is utterly out a p
in buffalo, new york, not used to this with the average high around 80 in july. but buffalo is the birthplace of the modern air conditioner. a cornell university graduate the first electric unit in 1902. before that folks used fans and ice to keep cool. after perfecting the invention, he and other engineers left buffalo to start their own company, the carrier corporation, and, later, carrier which still makes cooling systems. our thanks to the greatest reporter today. look at that! steve brown in chicago sent us that story. i like it. it got harder to find a job if you can believe it. a new unemployment numbers. stay tuned. that is different. so freestyle lite test strips make testing... easy? easy. great. call or click-- we'll send you strips and a meter, free. free is good. freestyle lite test strips. call or click today. >>shepard: more bad news of the job market, the feds say the number of people filing for the first time for claims of unemployment benefits jumped again last week up 10,000 for the week prior to 418,000. context and perspective that is like everybody in omaha, member filin
with marshawn, you played for years and buffalo and now you are in seattle and. you are in the nfl and making a good check, but are you happy? >> i have always been painful. >> even buffalo when you had on snow boots. >> i did not get into the snow boots, but even with the snow i was still baffled. >> you know in a town like that without basketball, without baseball, you probably got treated like kings during the season at least. >> yes, we sell out every week, fans and they know you, they will speak to you on a day-to-day basis and they were acting like they are in the house with me. it is a small community like that. everyone knew each other. they definitely knew who you were when you stepped outside. >> that could be good and bad. you know what i mean, that is true everyone knows you and you cannot go anywhere without them scoping you out. >> is kind of weird and you are walking through a grocery store and someone says marshawn, then you turn around is that my brother? no, who are you? and they're like a great game. and i'm like ok, thank you i appreciated. >> but i do not believe
for free. >> the n.f.l. one kind of rookie is getting a differed deal. he was drafted by buffalo bills. he would have been on the way to making a million dollars. so he is spending his time cutting grass and doing yard work in the neighborhood he is grew up and taking orders from his godfather instead of his coach. >> just got to keep him employed. his job is to keep his arms. >> i love doing the yards, cutting the grass and pulling weeds. it eases your mind. >> there are plans that walkout could be coming to the end. owners are scheduled to vote on a labor agreement contract tomorrow. right now she only landscaper in birmingham, alabama with his own trading card. >> we'll be right back.  >> today at 4:00 and 5., infomercial product that really works a bargain blend they're performs better. they team up with several retailers to give underserved americans to choose a healthier lifestyle. >> healthy lifestyles, good day to walk. >> it will be a little hot. >> have a great day. ♪ [ female announcer ] there's no right way. or wrong way. every baby plays by his own rules. and they n
kind of rookie is getting a differed deal. he was drafted by buffalo bills. he would have been on the way to making a million dollars. so he is spending his time cutting grass and doing yard work in the neighborhood he is grew up and taking orders from his godfather instead of his coach. >> just got to keep him employed. his job is to keep his arms. >> i love doing the yards, cutting the grass and pulling weeds. it eases your mind. >> there are plans that walkout could be coming to the end. owners are scheduled to vote on a labor agreement contract tomorrow. right now she only landscaper in birmingham, alabama with his own trading card. >> today at 4:00 and 5., infomercial product that really works a bargain blend they're performs better. they team up with several retailers to give underserved americans to choose a healthier lifestyle. >> healthy lifestyles, good day to walk. >> it will be a little hot. >> have a great day. >> bye-bye.
. distracting himself. buffalo bill. a great genius of the american west. the one who understood. he understood that the west itself could become an economy. never called selfish show. we'll take the actual people who were involved. buffalo bill's wild west show, indians joined buffalo bill's wild west show up to fight custer on stage and in the arena. before wounded knee, which buffalo bill will go out and sell for the army, indians were some of those that fought at wounded knee. at this point who can tell the reality and fiction. it just goes back and forth. my larger point about the west is, you can demythologize the west all you want. you will never get it. really about not so much the west. there are about this says that you can read imagine yourself, you can begin again. there is a place that you can go which is untouched. all this is utterly magical. a place that is on touched or you can be the first person there. all of these things play very deeply into the american psyche. no wonder. we talk about john rest. note midwestern, this whole said. so what i do, i love westerns. a lasting ne
a commodity. buffalo bills wildlife shows never cause and felt the show will take the actual people who are involved. which i then buffalo bills wild west show his indians could fight custody will then join buffalo bills wildlife show to fight custer in the every now. and before wanted it, which buffalo bills. you know, it is point, you can tell the reality of the fiction. so my larger point about the west is you can demythologizing and you'll never get your heart out. these stories are really about the last essential america. they are about you can reimagine yourselves, begin again, that there is a place and that you can go, which is untouched, utterly mythical. you can be the first person they are. all these things play very deeply in the american site. you know, when we talk about genre is, there's no southern. there's no midwestern. it begins to encapsulate this whole set. the last thing i ever wanted to. you know, it's wonderful. it really does capture what it was like in the territory in the 1880s. but it's really after much larger things. >> one of the great iconic western of lib
for the players of buffalo says there will be ready salary-cap. for the latest, wjla.com. >>> we have a safety alert if you exercise outside. thieves have targeted doctors three times. >> now today "the guardian ann-- "the guardian angels are taking action. >> the metropolitan branch trail, and eight-mile paved enclave. cpap to be aware of what is going on around you. >> at times if this oasis has been a magnet for robberies. >> it is a shame this has happened so many times. it gives the neighborhood a bad rap. >> 5 armed holdups between may and june. police stepped up patrols and there were no incidents. >> there are police officers in their cars waiting around. >> the latest was 9:15 monday morning, a man with a gun demanded and got the cell phone, wallets of a bicyclist. even the guardian angels are on alert. >> when i just saw him sitting there as i rode by and then i saw two others approached the trail as i got farther down. >> it makes you feel a little safer? >> yes. >> awareness and some street smarts, maybe the best way. >> pay attention and be aware of risks and you are probably as s
business office. she was in san francisco in 1986 to open the buffalo exchange limited store, and in the 13 years she worked for buffalo exchange, tennis district manager, she held her open the company from four to 11 stores. in 2009, the mayor appointed her as executive director to the office of small businesses. next, we have the ceo of opportunity funds. he has combined his background as a community organizer with an education from stanford to develop an innovative, not-for- profit financial incision that uses market principles to affect systemic change. it operates one of the nation's largest individual development, programs, a leading provider of micro loans in california, and has a robust community real estate finance unit. next, we have the ceo of ne community federal credit union. since 1988, she has been the ceo of northwest community federal credit union. under her watch, the credit union group to over 1600 members. it has become the national model for institutions seeking to provide financial education and banking services to the low- income communities. last but not least, we ha
: butts slogan what started on buffalo -- but the slogan that started on buffalo tv is coming back strong. >> we want to raise the level of awareness and raise the discussion in the whole area about what are we doing with our kids thanks for coming to the harbor. looks like awed great time. >> we have. >> that's jammy costello reporting -- jamie costello reporting. abc2 news will ask the question hoping you will say back yes i do, safe and sound. >>> time to check in with lynette. hello,. >> hi. you know what? we are looking pretty good. we had showers that popped up in the afternoon to the evening time frame last night and you know, we can do it all over again going throughout the day. but maryland's most powerful radar looks good as of now. things are trying to dry out, but don't get too used to it. it's that time of the year where we get the popup thunderstorms and heating of the day. right now into lutherville, temperatures right around 70 at lutherville elementary school. and that humidity is at 89%. and as we go through your 4th of july forecast, well, at 9:00 tonight, that temperat
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